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The Thiel Gallery Archives

The Thiel Gallery is one of the first public Home Museums in Sweden, opened to the audience in 1926. The building was erected in 1907 for banker and art collector Ernest Thiel, for his family, and for his collection of Nordic art with an emphasis in Symbolism and National Romanticism. 

 

In the archives of the Thiel Gallery, there are 62 letters from Edvard Munch to Thiel, dating between 19051922. As well as 76 letters from Gustav Vigeland to Thiel, dating from the beginning of the 20th century. These letters have been digitized and can be studied here.

 

Ernest Thiels letters to Edvard Munch can be found in the online archives of the Munch Museum in Oslo.

 

Ernest Thiels letters to Gustav Vigeland have also been digitized and can be read in the online catalogue of the National Library of Norway, Nasjonalbiblioteket.

 

Please visit our website for more information about the Thiel Gallery collections: https://www.thielskagalleriet.se/en/


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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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1912 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947) in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Feb 2, 1911 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947) in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Dec 6, 1909 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947) in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Aug 2, 1909 The Thiel Gallery
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The collector Ernest Thiel in Stockholm, Sweden was Munch’s greatest patron during a period in the early 1900s, buying most of the works straight from the artist himself.   Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In autumn 1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired several of the Gallery’s most striking works, including On the Bridge(1903), and The...
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May 24, 1909 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Mar 16, 1909 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Dec 17, 1908 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947) in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Nov 29, 1908 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Nov 3, 1908 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Oct 28, 1908 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Oct 17, 1908 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Oct 4, 1908 The Thiel Gallery
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The collector Ernest Thiel in Stockholm, Sweden was Munch’s greatest patron during a period in the early 1900s, buying most of the works straight from the artist himself.   Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In autumn 1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired several of the Gallery’s most striking works, including On the Bridge(1903), and The...
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Jun 27, 1908 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Jun 15, 1908 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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May 12, 1908 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Mar 10, 1908 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Feb 19, 1908 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Feb 10, 1908 The Thiel Gallery
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The collector Ernest Thiel in Stockholm, Sweden was Munch’s greatest patron during a period in the early 1900s, buying most of the works straight from the artist himself.   Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In autumn 1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired several of the Gallery’s most striking works, including On the Bridge(1903), and The...
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Dec 2, 1907 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Nov 26, 1907 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Nov 17, 1907 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Oct 28, 1907 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Oct 11, 1907 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Oct 6, 1907 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Sep 25, 1907 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Sep 21, 1907 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Sep 14, 1907 The Thiel gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Sep 5, 1907 The Thiel Gallery
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The collector Ernest Thiel in Stockholm, Sweden was Munch’s greatest patron during a period in the early 1900s, buying most of the works straight from the artist himself.   Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In autumn 1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired several of the Gallery’s most striking works, including On the Bridge(1903), and The...
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Aug 26, 1907 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Aug 6, 1907 The Thiel Gallery
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The collector Ernest Thiel in Stockholm, Sweden was Munch’s greatest patron during a period in the early 1900s, buying most of the works straight from the artist himself.   Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In autumn 1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired several of the Gallery’s most striking works, including On the Bridge(1903), and The...
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Aug 1, 1907 The Thiel Gallery
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The collector Ernest Thiel in Stockholm, Sweden was Munch’s greatest patron during a period in the early 1900s, buying most of the works straight from the artist himself.   Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In autumn 1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired several of the Gallery’s most striking works, including On the Bridge(1903), and The...
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Jul 19, 1907 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Jun 14, 1907 The Thiel Gallery
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The collector Ernest Thiel in Stockholm, Sweden was Munch’s greatest patron during a period in the early 1900s, buying most of the works straight from the artist himself.   Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In autumn 1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired several of the Gallery’s most striking works, including On the Bridge(1903), and The...
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Apr 19, 1907 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Mar 22, 1907 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Mar 19, 1907 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Jul 19, 1906 The Thiel Gallery
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The collector Ernest Thiel in Stockholm, Sweden was Munch’s greatest patron during a period in the early 1900s, buying most of the works straight from the artist himself.   Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In autumn 1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired several of the Gallery’s most striking works, including On the Bridge(1903), and The...
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Jul 2, 1906 The Thiel Gallery
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The collector Ernest Thiel in Stockholm, Sweden was Munch’s greatest patron during a period in the early 1900s, buying most of the works straight from the artist himself.   Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In autumn 1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired several of the Gallery’s most striking works, including On the Bridge(1903), and The...
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Jun 22, 1906 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Jun 18, 1906 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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May 20, 1906 The Thiel Gallery
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The collector Ernest Thiel in Stockholm, Sweden was Munch’s greatest patron during a period in the early 1900s, buying most of the works straight from the artist himself.   Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In autumn 1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired several of the Gallery’s most striking works, including On the Bridge(1903), and The...
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Apr 24, 1906 The Thiel Gallery
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With twelve oil paintings and nearly 100 prints, the Thiel Gallery has one of the largest collections of Edvard Munch’s art outside Norway. The collector Ernest Thiel in Stockholm, Sweden was Munch’s greatest The collector Ernest Thiel in Stockholm, Sweden was Munch’s greatest patron during a period in the early 1900s, buying most of the works straight from the artist himself.   Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In autumn 1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction,...
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Apr 1, 1906 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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Sep 2, 1905 The Thiel Gallery
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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The collector Ernest Thiel in Stockholm, Sweden was Munch’s greatest patron during a period in the early 1900s, buying most of the works straight from the artist himself.   Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In autumn 1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired several of the Gallery’s most striking works, including On the Bridge(1903), and The...
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The collector Ernest Thiel in Stockholm, Sweden was Munch’s greatest patron during a period in the early 1900s, buying most of the works straight from the artist himself.   Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In autumn 1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired several of the Gallery’s most striking works, including On the Bridge(1903), and The...
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947) in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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With twelve oil paintings and nearly 100 prints, the Thiel Gallery has one of the largest collections of Edvard Munch’s art outside Norway. The collector Ernest Thiel in Stockholm, Sweden was Munch’s greatest patron during a period in the early 1900s, buying most of the works straight from the artist himself.   Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In autumn 1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that...
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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The collector Ernest Thiel in Stockholm, Sweden was Munch’s greatest patron during a period in the early 1900s, buying most of the works straight from the artist himself.   Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In autumn 1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired several of the Gallery’s most striking works, including On the Bridge(1903), and The...
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947) in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
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The collector Ernest Thiel in Stockholm, Sweden was Munch’s greatest patron during a period in the early 1900s, buying most of the works straight from the artist himself.   Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In autumn 1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired several of the Gallery’s most striking works, including On the Bridge(1903), and The...
Topics: Letter, Thiel, Munch
The Swedish art collector Ernest Thiel (1859 – 1947)  in Stockholm, was Edvard Munch's (1863 – 1944) most dedicated patron in the first decade of the 1900s. Thiel purchased works directly from the artist, and commissioned several portraits. Thiel wanted to fill an entire wall with paintings by Munch. In   the   Autumn   of   1907, Thiel wrote with satisfaction, “My Munch wall will outshine any other in Europe – I can see that already.” In the course of the year, Thiel acquired...
Topics: Thielska Galleriet, Thiel Gallery, Letter, Munch